Buho Asowe Eye, a female farmer in the Siti region of Ethiopia, knows first-hand the single biggest threat to the fight against hunger: climate change. Buho used to have 200 goats and sheep and ten camels, livestock that were vital for providing her with income and sustenance, but a severe drought has killed all but one camel and ten goats and sheep. The Ethiopian government estimates that 10.2 million people will require humanitarian assistance in 2016, however the effects
of climate change aren't isolated to their country alone. The changing climate is increasingly wreaking havoc on fragile livelihoods around the world, and millions are facing a future of failed harvests, having less food to sell at market or feed their families with, and ultimately being forced into hunger.